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| '''[[Completing Multicore, Embedded XINU]]''': <br />Student Researcher: [[User:Jaustin|John Austin]] <br \>Mentor: [https://reu.cs.mu.edu/index.php/User:Brylow Dr. Dennis Brylow] <br />

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Poster-2018-Levandowski-snapshot.png Expanding Curricula for Parallel Computing Fundamentals in Computer Architecture and Hardware Courses:
Student Researcher: Benjamin Levandowski
Mentor: Dr. Dennis Brylow

Using Embedded Xinu and the Raspberry Pi 3 to Teach Parallel Computing in Assembly Programming.
Benjamin Levandowski, Debbie Perouli, Dr. Dennis Brylow.
EduPar 2019, the 9th NSF/TCPP Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing Education, published in the 2019 IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops (IPDPSW), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 2019.

To start with this first week, create a link to your initial project name below. That link should go to a page with an abstract (brief overview) of your project. It is not unusual for these project abstracts to evolve over the course of the summer, so these are not set in stone.

Second, create a link to your own user page. This page will serve as the central log for how you are spending your time each week.

Third, include your project mentor, with a relevant link to their homepage or wiki page.

You will not have links to a poster or any resulting publications until later.

Text Analytics for Predicting Crisis Events in Veterans:
Student Researcher: Wylie Frydrychowicz
Mentor: Dr. Praveen Madiraju
Mobile Applications for hrvMarquette: Heart Rate Variability Estimation:
Student Researcher: Eric Burkholder
Mentor: Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed
Completing Multicore, Embedded XINU:
Student Researcher: John Austin
Mentor: Dr. Dennis Brylow